The temples of Karnak are the largest temples in all over the World. The complex contains a group of Temples such as the Great Temple of Amon-re, The Temple of Khonso, The Ipt temple, The temple of Ptah, the temple of Montho and the temple of god Oisiris
The temple is known with Es-Seboua meaning in Arabic (lions) as it has an avenue of sphinxes at its entrance. The temple was dedicated to the worship of god Ra- Hor-Akhty, Amon, and Ramsis II as a defied person.
The adventure that is Egypt never ends! That is why it is a shame if you come to Egypt, especially for the first time, and miss the grandiose sites, such as the Pyramids of Giza, Abu Simbel or the west bank of Luxor, to name but a few.
Among the major tourist sites, there is only one considered to be “The major” and on top of any list - The Pyramids of Giza - The Pyramids of ancient Egypt were built as tombs for kings and queens. It was the exclusive privilege of a king or a queen to have a pyramid tomb
The city of Damietta is the capital of the governorate that holds the same name. Damietta is famous as it is where the Eastern Branch of the River Nile, which is named after the city as well, pours into the Mediterranean Sea at the popular local resort of Ras El Barr.
The Souks, or the local markets, and the larger bazaars are among the most remarkable attractions of Egypt. If you ask anybody, a local or a tourist visiting Egypt, about the most famous and the largest bazaar in Egypt, the answer would be the same; it is the Khan El Khalili Market in the Hussein District in Cairo
The Temple of Esna, was didcated God Khenoum God of Creation. Today the remains of the Temple contain a hall of columns, with 24 pillars, beautifully decorated with lotus and palm capitals. The walls are covered with 4 rows of relief's, showing Ptolemaic and Roman Emperors dressed in Pharaoh costumes, sacrificing to the God of the Temple